Day Three of the Post PC Experience

Downloading files to the iOS device When you have to do things in a different way it can seem like it’s a difficult thing to do with a Post PC Experience. It might be something simple like downloading a file which is linked from a webpage you’re looking at. For example, I wanted to get my hands on a .csv file from a webpage. On my first attempt it didn’t Read More …

Blogging with Byword

Premium with Byword If you want to use Byword to connect to your blogging platforms you need to pay the extra to do that. I paid up as it wasn’t much extra and it is worth having for me. I think it was €3.99 as an in app purchase. Some people don’t like the paying for extras when you have already bought the app, but then not everyone needs the Read More …

Day one of enforced post-PC action

Missing my iMac When I get up in the morning I go and sit in front of my computer at my desk. Seems weird to have a blank screen in front of me like that. So I started up the Mac just long enough to move some TV shows off it to the iPad Pro. That was a good move because I was able to watch Containment episode 1 in Read More …

Enforced Post PC experiment

Fully iOS for a week or two Last week the hard drive on my iMac died. I bought a Thunderbolt hard drive to use instead of the internal drive that had given up the ghost. Then I bought another drive to back up the Thunderbolt drive. Then I was able to continue on my merry way computing as I had done before. I didn’t expect to be thinking about having Read More …

Blogo on the iPhone – Get Blogging

I did try out the beta version of Blogo on the iPhone and it didn’t really work very well for me. I didn’t have the time to mess around trying to make it work and now they feel version is out and it’s worth giving it a proper try.   Blogo on the iphone shows a preview It took a minute or so for the application to go to my Read More …

iOS Automation Tools for Productivity

Seems daunting to start using iOS Automation Tools I’m sure a lot of people will find this to be the truth about automation. You’d like to get into automating your actions on your computer or your iOS devices and you find out what options there are. You get your hands on something like Workflow or Launch Centre Pro and then delve into how it all works. Making the simplest of Read More …

Airdrop alternatives for Apple Devices

It’s no wonder we are looking for Airdrop alternatives for Apple devices because sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. I usually find it works quite well when I want to go from Mac to Mac. AirDrop usually works pretty good if I want to go from my iPad to my iPhone. Where you are more likely to have difficulty is if you want to send files from Mac to Read More …

Bluetooth Headset Microphone for iPhone

Bluetooth Headset Microphone for dictation. I’ve been looking at getting a Bluetooth Headset microphone I can use while I’m walking to dictate into my iPhone. I already have wired microphones I can use including the marvellous Giant Squid clip-on microphone, but I’ve heard people having good success with Bluetooth microphones. You have the large over ear type of microphones like the Logitech H 600 and the H 800 and both Read More …

Day One 2 App for iOS

Upgrade to Day One 2 App Day One 2 App is a marvellous application for digital journaling. I use Day One 2 every single day to write in my Digital Journal and so it was a no-brainer to update to the latest version. I had heard it was coming a few days before and I had my own little countdown because I wanted to get the application on my devices as Read More …